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Author Archives: Austin Kaluba
By Austin Kaluba Whenever I hear a song or poem romanticizing everything African, my blood runs cold because just like Europe, Africa has got its own share of social ills both man-made or externally orchestrated. A classic example of this … read more
Sorry for the long silence. I have been busy working on my short stories to be published in England. I have also been researching stuff for Old Grooves and Down Memory Lane. This week I will look at colonial Zambia … read more
By AUSTIN KALUBA AFRICA is the most insulted continent and a subject of countless studies that usually produce distorted ‘findings’ about the largely misunderstood region.
BY AUSTIN KALUBA One is a Zambian multimillionaire, while the other one holds an important position in the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) only second to the head of state, the almighty Michael Chilufya Sata. Both have inflated egos and feel … read more
The Five Revolutions was a popularly known Zambian Ndola-based band comprising of Chris Mbewe (guitar, vocals), Zion Lofwa (bass), Abel Mukubwe (drums), Hank Mukumbo (guitar), John Mwansa (vocals). They released several hits in the mini music renaissance of the 70’s. … read more
Our political correspondent Austin Kaluba traces the significance of political parties in Zambia; from UNIP that values Mulungushi Rock, to MMD’s reverence of Garden House Motel. but ask where the PF was formed. Is it at Farmers House? To UNIP … read more
BY AUSTIN KALUBA In many European countries, politicians have resigned on their own or forced to step down when they transgress from expected moral behaviour.
By Austin Kaluba The song Mpondolo comes from Mosi Oa Tunya and its intro is a beautiful plucking of the karimba-thumb piano by the late Derek Mbao, the front man of the band. I consider Mosi Oa Tunya (MOT) to … read more